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    Horne, Eleanor V., Ed.Test Collection Bulletin.Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J.Jul 7120p-Test Collection Bulletin, Educational TestingService, Princeton, New Jersey 08540 $2.00 Tersubscription (4 issues)Test Collection Bulletin; v5 n3 Jul 1971

    relF-$0.65 HC No Available from EDRS.Achievement Tests; *Annotated Bibliographies;Aptitude Tests; Attitude Tests; *Bulletins; InterestTests; *Measurement Instruments; Motor Development;Personality Tests; Preschool Tests; Publications;*Testing Programs; Test Reviews; *Tests; TestSelection

    IDENTIFIERS *Head Start Test Collection

    ABSTRACTThis bulletin contains annotated bibliographies of

    new acquisitions, test announcements received, and new references.Additional information ranges from news concerning the special HeadStart Test Collection, and a listing of 1971-1972 testing programs,to test review publications, tests no longer available, newpublishers and new addresses, and the addresses of those publishersand organizations whose materials and services are mentioned in theBulletin. (MS)

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    C=1 Eleanor V . Horne, Editor%AU Vol. 5, No. 3

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    The Test Collection of Educational Testing Service is an extensive library of tests and other measurementdevices. It also includes publishers' catalogs and descriptive materials, information on scoring services andsystems, test reviews, and reference materials on measurement and evaluation.

    A special Head Start Test Collection has been established to provide information about instruments forthose engaged in research or project direction involving young chitn. Any Bulletin entry of particularinterest to those working with children from birth to age nine w e preceded by the symbol* or .

    Qualified persons, whether affiliated with Educational Testing Ser c or not, may have' on-site access tothe materials in the Test Collection or the Head Start Test Collection. Publishers' restrictions regarding access

    to test materials are carefully observed.

    For further information about materials and services listed in this Bulletin, readers are requested to com-municate directly with the appropriate publisher or organization. Addresses are provided on pages 17-19.

    For additional information about the Test Collection Questions about the Head Start Test Collection shouldor Test Collection Bulletin, write to: be addressed to:

    Test CollectionEducational Testing ServicePrinceton, New Jersey 08540

    Head Start Test CollectionEducational Testing ServicePrinceton, New Jersey 08540

    NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS OF THE TEST COLLECTION BULLETIN

    Beginning with this issue, the Test Collection Bulletin is available on a subscriptionbasis. The $2.00 subscription fee ($2.50 for foreign readers) will help cover the cost ofthe preparation, printing, handling, and mailing. Specific instructions and an order formare provided on page 20.

    COPYRIGHT 0) 1971 EY EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

  • ACQUISITIONS

    Unless otherwise indicated, the tests have been published in the United States

    Achielement:

    Adult Basic Learning Examination Level III by Bjorn Karlsen, Richard Madden, and Eric F. Gardner; c1970-71;Adults; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.

    A battery of tests designed to measure the level of educational achievement of adults who have not completed a formaltwelve-year education. Level III is for those whose general education level is grades nine through twelve. Four subtests areincluded: Readinc, Vocabulary. Spelling, and Arithmetic. The Reading Subtest provides an indication of how well thestudent can understand news items and paragraphs. The Vocabulary Subtest is dictated in order to assess oral vocabularyindependent of reading ability. The Spelling Subtest consists of words adults commonly need to use in written communica-tions. Subtests in computation and problem solving are included in the Arithmetic Test.

    Content Evaluation Series: Modern Economics Test by Morris G. Sica, Sylvia Lane, and John D. Lafky; c1971;Grades 10-12; Houghton Mifflin Company.

    Designed to determine whether the student comprehends the essential concepts and principles of econonlics and can applythem to evaluak, the functioning of the American economy, analyze its persistent problems, and judge rationally the viabilityand validity of economic policies and decisions. Items cover national income. monetary and fiscal policy, the price system,and international economics and economic development.

    Content Evaluation Series: Modern Geometry Test by Gerald S. Hanna; c1971; Houghton Mifflin Company.

    Processes covered by the test are: Constructions, Formal Proof, Numeric and Algebraic Problems, and Informal Drawingsand Verbal Problems. Topics included are: Points, Lines, Rays, Segments and Planes; Angles, Triangles; Quadrilaterals;Other Polygons; Circles and Spheres; Parallels and Perpendiculars; Similarity; Congruence; Coordinate Geometry; andNon,Geornetric Deductive Reasoning.

    Cornell Learning and Study Skills Inventory: College Form by Walter Pauk and Russell N. Cassel; c1970; Grades13-16+; Psychologists and Educators, Inc.

    Designed for students at the college and graduate level. Can be administered to students with a reading level of grade nineor above. Subsea les are: Goal Orientation (Goal Setting, Goal Compatibility, Goal Striving, Goal Involvement, and GoalAchievement Progress); Activity Structure (Physical Setting, Sense of Order, Use of Time, Mental Setting and Assign-ments); Scholarly Skills (Academic Involvement, Principles of Learning, Verbal Facility, and Concentration); LectureMastery (Objective in Note Taking, Taking Notes and Listening, Use of Abbreviations, Use of Shorthand, Rewriting ofLonghand Notes, Notes in One's Own Words, and Reflecting on Ideas during Lecture); Textbook Mastery (Overview andSkimming, Reading for Ideas, Underlining the Textbook, Marginal Notes and Note Taking, Reflecting and Integrating, andPreparing for Examinations); Examination Mastery (Examination Preparation, Writing the Essay Exam, Taking tbe Objec-tive Exam, and the Mechanics of Examinations); Self Mastery (Self Reliance, Attitude toward Work, Attitude toward College,Social Relations, and Emotional Strength). A Reading Validity Index is included to indicate whether students have readand carefully considered the items or responded randomly.

    Cornell Learning and Study Skills Inventory: Secondary School Form by Walter Pauk and Russell N. Cassel; e 1 970-1971; Grades 7-13; Psychologists and Educators, Inc.

    Designed for the assessment of factors whi.:h are related to learning problems and school performance. Subsea les are: GoalOrientation (Goal Setting, Goal Compatibility, Goal Striving, Goal Involvement, and Goal Achievement Progress); ActivityStructure (Physical Setting, Sense of Order, Use of Time, Mental Setting and Assignments); Scholarly Skills (AcademicInvolvement, Principles of Learning, Verbal Facility, and Concentration); Lecture Mastery (Objective in Note Taking,Taking Notes and Listening, Use of Shorthand, Rewriting of Longhand Notes, Notes in One's Own Words, and Reflectingon Ideas during Lecture); Textbook Mastery (Overview and Skimming, Reading for Ideas, Underlining the Textbook,Marginal Notes and Note Taking, Reflecting and Integrating, and Preparing for Examinations); Examination Mastery(Examination Preparation, Writing the Essay Exam, Taking the Objective Exam, and the Mechanics of Examinations);Self Mastery (Self Reliance, Attitude toward Work, Attitude toward College, Social Relations, and Emotional Strength).A Reading Validity Index is included to determine whether students have read and carefully considered each item orresponded randomly. Norms are reported separately for junior high, senior high, and junior college populations. The Inven-tory can be administered to students with a sixth grade or higher reading level.

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  • i Daniel's Word Recognition List; Not Dated; Kindergarten-Grade 12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, TempleUniversity.

    An informal worLi recognition test appropriate for students whose reading level is pre-primer through five. Provides ameasure of instr uL:tional level and word attack skills.

    Diagnostischer Reclwntest für 3. Klassen Dre 3 Klassen by K. Samstag. A. Sander, and R. Schmidt; c1971; Grades3.5-4.0; Beltz Test Gesellschaft mbH Weinheim und Berlin. Germany.

    A diagnostic arithmetic test which covers addition, subtraction, completion, multiplication, division, passing over tens,passing over hundreds, decadic structure, and understanding the text.

    Fachkundetest Metall fhr I3erufsschulen (Metall Unterstufe) FMB (U) by Max Berg and Erwin Schad; c 1 971; Grades9-12; Beltz Test Gesellschaft mbH Weinheim und Berlin. Germany.

    A test covering knowledge of and the ability to work with metals. Skills assessed are: measuring, tracing, carving, sawing,filing, shaving, trimming, drilling, making depressions, pulverizing, fitting, coil cutting and norming, binding, straightening,and forging.

    Fractured English Drill; Not Dated; Grades 7-12; Educational Stimuli.

    Students are asked to correct humorous errors in the use of words and phrases.

    Gates Associative Learning Tests; Not Dated; Grades 1.5-7; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    Covers visual-visual and visual-auditory associations.

    Individual Word Recognition Test by Emmett A. Betts; Not ted; KindergarteL-Grade 9; The Reading Clinic,Temple University.

    Provides an indication of instructional level :Trid word attack skills for students who read on a pre-primer to third readerleveL

    Informal Evaluations of Thinking Ability by Marjorie Seddon Johnson; Not Dated; Grades 1-12 and Adults.

    Designed to measure the ability to understand spoken and written communications. The test is based on the premise thatthinking abilities can not be functional in reading situations unless they are functional in oral and practical languagesituations.

    Informal Reading Inventory; Not Dated; Pre-Primer-Ninth Reader Level; The Reading C1i1c, Tcmpf.r.- Tnivc .ity.

    Provides an indication of the student's independent, instructional, and frustration reading levels. 1 he inventory consists ofpassages for oral and silent reading. The following areas of comprehension are covered: recalling facts, making inferences,drawing conclusions, finding main ideas, and discovering word meanings in context.

    Informal Spelling Inventory by Emmett A. Betts; Not Dated; Grades 1-8; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    Lippincott Reading Readiness Test by Pierce H. McLeod; c1965; Kindergarten-Grade 1; J. B. Lippincott Company.

    A series of four letter knowledge tests: Identifying Capitals Shown, Identifying Upper Case Letters Named, IdentifyingLower Case Letters Named, and Writing Letters Dictated at Random. Also included is a Readiness Checklist which providesthe teacher with a means of formalizing her observations of the student's behavior.

    Minnesota High School Achievement Examinations: Form EH Revised edited by Victor L. Lohmann; c1968-71;Grades 7-12; American Guidance Service, Inc.

    Advanced Mwhematies (Including Trigonometry): Basic Concepts, Symbok, Vocabulary; Fractions and Fractional Equa-tions; Relations, Functions, and Variation; Linear Systems; Exponents and Radicals; Quadratic Equations and ComplexNumbers; Quadratic Systems; Logarithms; Progressions and Probability; and Trigonometry.

    Biology: Exploring the World of Life; How Organisms Secure and Use Food; How to Maintain a Healthy Body; How Plantsand Animals React to Their Surroundings; How Living Things Reproduce; Why Offspring Resemble Their Parents;Evidence That LiVing Things Have Changed; and How a Satisfactory Living Environment Can Be Maintained.

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  • Bookkeeping: General Principles Statements; Adjusting and Closina Entries: Special Journals; Problems Relating to Salesand Purchases; Payrolls; Depreciation; Bad Debts: Notes and Interest; Accrued Expenses and Income; Partnerships,Corporations, and Cooperatives: Bank Deposits and Reconciliation of Bank Statements, and Problems.

    Chemistry: Structure of the Atomic Chart; Ionization and Electrolysis; Solutions and Solubility; Organic Mensuration andUnits of Measure; Formulas and Equations: Acids, Bases, r nd Neutralization; Metals; Air; Suiphur; Gas Laws; Nucle-onics; Oxidation-Reduction; Halogens, Equilibrium and Sta')ility; and Miscellaneous Topics.

    Elemenmry Algebra: Properties of Number Systems; Operations with Polynomials and Rational Expressions; Equationsand Inequalities; Problem Solving; and Relations, Functions, and Graphs.

    Geometry: Introductory Ideas and Terms; Figures which are Exactly Alike; Parallel Lines and Planes: Polygons and Poly-hedrons; Circles and Spheres; Describing Points in Space; Comparing Quantities; Areas and Volumes; and SupplementaryAreas of Work.

    Language Arts Grade 7: Language Study Skills, Spelling, Word Knowledge, Kinds of Sentences, and Usage.

    Language Arts Grade 8: Spelling, Vocabulary (two scores), Kinds of Sentences (two scores), Grammatical Usage, FaultyExpression, Usage of Words. Vern Tense, Grammatical Terms, Literature, and Capitalization and Punctuation.

    Language Art.s Grade 9: Spelling, Lihra7y, Sentences, Parts of Speech, Punctuation, Vocabulary, Usage, and Literature(two scores).

    Language Arts Grade 10: Grammatical Forms and Usage, Vocabulary, Word Classification, Effectiveness in Writing, Spell-ing, Reading Cornp,chension (two scores), and Literature.

    Lauguage Arts Grade II: Usage, Spelling, Vocabulary, Punctuation, Paragraph Organization, Poetry, Authors, Literaryfdentification, Quotations, and Literature.

    Language Arts Grade 12: Spelling, Vocabulary in Context, Vocabulary with Scntences, Usage, Sources of Information,Composition, Literature and Interpretation.

    Mathematics Grade 7: Positive Rational NumbersOperations and Understandings; Geometry; Measures and Measure-ments; Statistics and Graphs; and General Problems.

    AMthematics Grade 8: Our Number System, Geometry, and Algebra.

    Mathematics Grade 9; Prt3blern Interpretation, Visualization, and Reasoning; Numeration and Numerical Relationships;Basic Arithmetic Operations; Fractions, Decimals and Per Cents; Consumer Problems; Statistics arid Graphs; Measure-ment and Formulas; General Arithmetic Problems and Geometry Problems- Fundam,. andApplication of Algebra.

    Physics: Measurements, Mechanic:, Electricity, Structure of Matter, Heat, Light, and Sound.

    Science Grade 7 (Ufe Science): The Human Body, Nutrition, Plants, and Animals.

    Science Grad!! tEarti- Science) : Astronomy and Space, Meteorology, Climate, Rocks and Minerals, _Motions of theEarth, The .l'arth's Water, Shaping the Earth's Surface, Sculpturing the Earth's Surface, History of tem '3.arth, andConservation.

    Science Grade Science); Machines and Work, Basic Concepts of Matter, Heat, Pressure, Chemrry Electricity,Wave Motiocl. Space "hysics, and Nuclear Science.

    Social Studies (." /.ade 7: How America Was Discovered and Explored; The Colonization of the Unitcd Slate.,; How theColonists Vv.,,,r1 Inderzndence; How Free America Built a New Nation; How the Na)ion Gained in Sizi, Strength;How the N.o.io,n ww. Broken and Restored; and How the United States Became a Leader in the Family ofNations.

    Social Studic_. (1..a.de 8: Introduction; Can.da; Mexico, Central Amcrica, and the West Indies; South Ame: .,:a; WesternEurope; The and Eastern Europe; The Middle East and North Africa; Africn. South of the Sarni -a; Asia; andAustralia and .7,-!w Zealand.

    Social Studies GraJe 9: (ieneral Questions, Knowina Self and School, Pupil's Individual Inventory, Occupational andEducational Pla-is, Township Government, County Government, City Government, State Government.. and SelectingGovernment Officials.

    Social Studies Graay 10 (American History): Colonial Period through the Revolution; %evolution to Civil War; Civil Warto World War l. World War I to World War II; Post World War 11; Foreiun Relations rn America; The Mars; and GreatPeople.

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  • Soria/ Studies Grade II (World History): Great Britain and the Commonwealth: U.S.S.R.; France; German The FarEast and Africa: The Need and Search for World Order: Great Religions of the World; Italy; Near East: The Scan-dinavian Countries; Latin America: The Pressure of Population upon World Resources; Feudal:sm and Renaissance;Imperialism; and Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

    Social Studies Grade 12 (American Problems): Achieving Personal and Social Competence; The Family; Being an EffectiveCitizen in Our Democracy; Living in an Industrialized Society; America, a Land of Many Peoples; and Problems ofMan's Search for Peace.

    Trigonometry.

    iSpelling Inventory with Sentences Form A; Not Dated; Grades Kindergarten-Grade 8; The Reading Clinic, Temple7 University.

    Survey of Reading Study Efficiency by Frank L. Christ; c1968; Grades 9-16 and Adults; Science Research Associates,Inc.

    The Survey utilizes a diagnosis-referral-follow-up format to enable students to diagnose and correct faulty reading andstudy habits. Areas covered are: Study Management (Time Management and Study Environment); Major Course-RelatedSkills (Study-Reading, Responsive Listening-Notemaking, and Classroom Tests); Auxiliary Course Skills (Library ResearchVocabulary and Spelling, and Writing Skills); Attitudes, Interests, and Habits (Reading Habits and Interests, Concentrationand Memory, and School Attitudes and Motivation); and Physiological Aspects (General Health, Vision, and the Act ofReading).

    iTai7 Accomplislmtent Inventories by Ora lie McAfee, Gloria Arnold, and Elizabeth Rave; 1969; Preschool-Kinder-garten; The New Nursery School.Designed to assist classroom teachers in determining whether a child needs specific help with a concept or whether he hasmastered the concepts and can benefit from activities planned to help him extend, clarify, and use the knowledge he has.The Inventories include: Comprehension and Production of Color Names; Comprehension and Production of NamesDesignating Common Plane Geometric Shapes, Ability to Count; Comprehension of Terms "Same As" and "DifferentFrom": Comprehension of the Conjunctions "And", "And/Or", and Negative and Affirmative Statements Using "Is", "Not-and "Isn't"; Comprehension of Terms of Relative Location; Production of Terms of Relative Location; and Comprehe onof Terms of Relative Size.

    Test of Retaa Sales Insight by Russell N. Cassel; c1971 Grades 9-12 and Adults; Psychologists and Educators, Inc.. st of knowledge of various aspects of an effective sales experience. Subscores are: General Sales Knowledge, Customer

    Livation and Need, Merchandise Procurement and Adaptation, Sales Promotion Procedures, and Sales Closure. Normsare reported for experienced salesmen, high school students in beginner sales courses, and novice sales personnel. Test canbe administered to persons with a reading level of grade six or higher.

    Word Recognition Skills Inventory by T. J. Edwards; Not Dated; Grades 4-12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic,Temple University.

    Designed to assess word attac:; skills and to be used in determining instructional level. The words included in the test areappropriate for those reading ;tt a fourth through sixth grade level.

    Wortschatztest TWT 7-9 by Lothar Riemenschneider; c1971; Grades 7-9; Beltz Test Gesellschaft mbH Weinheimand Berlin. Germany.

    A vocabulary test with subscotes for General Vocabulary, Technical Vocabulary, and Technical Diagrams.

    Aptitude:

    Adaptation beige de la General Aptitude Test Battery, (G.A.T.B) Forme B by R. Pasquasy and M. Techy; c1965;Gra&s 9-16 and Adults. Editest. Belgium.

    A French adaptation of the General Aptitude Test Battery.

    Cognitive Abilities Test, Multi-Level Edition: Levels A-H by Robert L. Thorndike and Elizabeth Hagen; c1971;Grades 3-13; Houghton Mifflin Company.

    Measures the ability to use and manipulate abstract and symbolic relationships. Three batteries are provided: Verbal Battery,Quantitative Battery and a Nonverbal Battery. Subtests of the Quantitative Battery are Number Series, Quantitative Rela-tions, and Equation Building. The Nonverbal Battery consists of Figure Analogies, Figure Classification and Form Synthesis.Vocabulary, Sentence Completion, Verbal Analogies, and Verbal Classifications are included in the Verbal Battery.

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  • Mother Goose Problems Test: Revised Edition byE. Paul Torrance; 1969; Aaes 3-6; E. Paul Torrance.

    A test of creative thinking ability. Verbal flexibility,fluency, and originality are measured by asking the child to suggest

    alternative possibilities to problems presented in four MotherGoose nursery rhymes. The test is individually administered.

    The Mother Goose Problems rest is for experimental useonly. It is still under development.

    W hat Could It Be: Pilot Edition by E. Paul Torranceand Victor K. Phillips; 1970; Ages 3-10; E. Paul Torrance.

    An individually administered measure of originality.The test materials consist of wooden blocks of various standardized

    shapes. The test is still under development and should be used forresearch purposes only.

    Personality, Interests, Attitudes and Opinions:

    Attitudes Toward a Guidance Program by Donald G. Barker;1966; Grades 9-12 and Adults; Donald G. Barker.*

    The scale can be administered to students, parents, and teachers-

    *The scale is included in: Barker, Donald G. "Developmentof a Scale of Attitudes Toward School GuidarEe." Personnel

    and Guidance Journal, Vol. 44, No. 5, June 1966. Pp. 1077-1083.

    Attitudes Toward Riding the School Bus by Donald G.Barker; 1966; Grades 9-12; Donald G. Barker.*

    Measures the extent to which students perceive riding the school bus aspleasant and satisfying, as neutral, or as unpleasant

    and frustrating.*The scale is included in: Barker, Donald G. "Measurement

    of Attitudes Toward Riding the School Bus." Psychology in the

    Schools, Vol. 3, No. 3, July 1966, pp. 278-281.

    Child Interview; Not Dated; Preschool-Grade 12; The ReadingClinic, Temple University.

    A brief, general interview covering attitudes towardschool, attitudes toward and interest in reading, and plans for the

    future.

    Children's Projective Pictures of Self-Concept byCharles L. Poterfield, J. R. McNamara, L. E. Miller, and H. S.

    Arnold; Not Dated; Preschool and Kindergarten; Charles L. Poterfield.

    An individually administered measure of general self-concept.

    Faces Scale by Jack R. Frymier; Not Dated; Grades 1-3; Jack R. Frymier.

    A measure of self-concept in reference to school experiences,social relationships, pllysical development, and home life.

    Fascination Inventory C-M by Eugene Dutton and Franklin J. Shaw; c1962; Grades13-16; Eugene Dutton.

    Designed to predict the kinds of general activities from which anindividual is likely to receive his strongest satisfaction

    and by which he is most likely to be thoroughly challenged. Thevariables measured are: Thinking, Managing, Helping and

    Doing. The Doing variable assesses the preference for action, theaccomplishment of programs, projects, and plans. The

    Helping variable measures preference for coaching, assisting,'ympathizing, and working in mutual team-work activities.

    The Managing score indicates a preference for organizing, directing,motivating, and controlling human and natural events.

    The Thinking variable measures pl..ference for planning, symbolicmanipulations, reasoning, and philosophizing.

    Gemntological Apperception Test by Robert L. Wolk and Rochelle B. Wolk; c1971;Aged Adults; Behavioral

    Publications, Inc.A projective test which can be used to elicit problems and

    specific areas of functioning relevant to the experiences of older

    people. Isolation, loss of physical mobility and virility, and thediminution of vocational, social, and familial resources are

    some of the problem areas which can be explored.

    i Learner Self-Concept Test by Louis T. DiLorenzo;Not Dated; Ages 31/2-41/2; University of the Statc of New York,

    n The State Education Department, Office of Research andEvaluation.*

    An individually administered projective measure of self-conceptin reference to teachers, peers, and classroom materials.

    The child is asked which child in a pictured situation is most likehim. Four forms are available: White Male, Nonwhite

    Male, White Female, and Nonwhite Female.

    *All forms of the test and directions for administering andscoring are included in ERIC Document #038-460,

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  • Pien-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale by Ellen V. Piers and Dale B. Harris; c1969; Grades 3-12; CounselorRecordings and Tests.

    Factors identified are: Behavior, Intellectual and School Status, Physical Appearance and Attributes, Anxiety, Popularity,Happiness and Satisfaction.

    Preschool Behavior Q Sort by Diana Baumrind; 1968; Preschool; Diana Baumrind.A measure of interpersonal behavior generally observable in the nursery school setting. Observers sort cards into ninecategories depending upon the degree of salience with reference to the child whose behavior is being rated. Items weredesigned to define eight constructs. The constructs are: High vs. Low Stress Tolerance. Self-Confident vs. Fearful, Achieve-ment-Oriented vs. Nonachievement-Oriented, Approach-Oriented vs. Withdrawn, Autonomous vs. Suggestible, Rebelliousvs. Dependable with Adults, Destructive vs. Constructive, and Alienated vs. Trusting.

    1. Primary Pupil Reading Attitude Inventory by Eunice N. Askov; 1970; Grades 2-3; Wisconsin Research and Develop-7: merit Center for Cognitive Learning.*

    A picture test designed to determine the extent to which young children prefer reading over other recreational activities suchas building a model airplane, watching television, playing with dolls, etc. Separate versions of the test are available for boysand girls.*Included in ERIC Document #040-840.

    i Purcell Incomplete Sentences: A Projective Test for Children by John Wallace Purcell; c1967; Approximate Ages:77 6-14; John Wallace Purcell.

    A structured clinical interview which may provide general information about the child and his problems. It can be used toestablish initial rapport between the child and the psychologist and/or to introduce a battery of tests.

    Reading Teacher Survey by Eunice N. Askov; Not Dated; Adults; Wisconsin Research and Development Center for7 Cognitive Learning.

    A semantic differential instrument to measure teacher's attitudes toward individualized reading instruction.

    Self-Concept and Motivation Inventory: What Face Would You WearEarly Elementary Form by George A. Farrah,7 Norman J. Milchus and William Reitz; c1968; Grades 1-3; Person-O-Metrics.

    Measures self-concept with reference to the school setting. Factors assessed are: Role Expectation, Achievement Needs,Failure Avoidance, and Self-Adequacy.

    I Self-Concept and Motivation Inventory: What Face Would You WearLater Elementary Form by George A. Farrah,n Norman J. Milchus, and William Reitz; c1968; Grades 3-6; Person-O-Metrics.

    A measure of self-concept with reference to school and school adjustment. Factors covered are: Achievement Need, Fail-ure Avoidance, Self-Adequacy, and Role Expectations.

    lit Self-Concept and Motivation Inventory: What Face Would You Wear--Preschool and Kindergarten Form by George71 A. Farrah, Norman J. Milchus, and William Reitz; c1968; Preschool and Kindergarten; Person-O-Metrics.

    Measures self-concept with reference to school and school adjustment. Factors covered are: Role Expectation, Goal Achieve-ment Needs, Failure Avoidance and Self-Adequacy. The publisher states that the test is unsuitable for students under fouryears of age.

    Self-Concept InstnunentA Learner Scale by Gordon P. Liddle; 1967; Grades 3-6; Gordon P. Liddle.A modification of a self-concept scale developed by Walter B. Waetjen. Measures self-concept in reference to motivation,intellectual ability, task orientation, and class membership. The scale has been used with culturally disadvantaged children.

    Social Adjustment Inventory; Not Dated; Kindergarten-Grade 12; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.Covers general health habits, nervous habits, personality factors, and neighborhood environment.

    Teacher Measurement of Pupil Self-Concept by Louis T. DiLorenzo; Not Dated; For Children 31/2-41/2 ; University7 of the State of New York, The State Education Department, Office of Research and Evaluation.*

    The child's self-concept in reference to peer relationships, relationship with the teacher, and competence in the use of class-room materials is compared with the self-concept of every other child in the class.*Included in ERIC Document #038-460.

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  • Miscellaneous, Senson-Motor, Unidenfified:

    a Auditory Perception TestVisual Discrimination; Not Dated; Kindergarten-Grade 12 and Adults; The Reading.... Clinic, Temple University.

    A diagnostic test covering visual discrimination, auditory perception, and auditory ward discrimination.

    A Fisher-Logemann Test of Articulation Competence by Hilda B. Fisher and Jerilyn A. Logemann; c1971; Preschool7 to Adult; Houghton Mifflin Company.

    Designed for the diagnosis of articulatory deficiencies, the examination of the subject's phonological system and for theanalysis and categorization of articulatory errors. The Picture Test can be administered to preschool children, mentallyretarded, or easily distracted subjects. Singleton consonants. most common consonant blends, vowel phonemes, and diphthongsare tested. A portion of the test can be used as a rapid screening of articulatory difficulties. The eleven consonants mostfrequently misarticulated are included in the screening form. The Sentence Test which is appropriate for children in gradesthree and over and adults, measures the ability to articulate cognate pairs of consonants, unpaired singleton consonants,nasals, vowel phonemes and English phonemic diphthongs. Both the Picture and Sentence Tests examine phonemes in sys-tematic occurrence according to syllabic function (prevocalic, intervocalic, and postvocalic).

    History of Extended School Absences; Not Dated; Preschool-Grade 12; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.a

    A record and report form.

    Inventory of Symptoms-Vision; Not Dated; Preschrol-Grade 12; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    A screening measure. The student's responses to the items on the questionnaire may indicate a visual disorder.

    Playtest developed by Bernard Z. Friedlander; Not Dated; Infants-Adults; Stoelting Company.

    An automated system for the evaluation of sensory-perceptual discrimination and preference. Appropriate for retarded,physically, and educationally laandicapped subjects.

    Laterality; Not Dated; Kindergarten-Grade 12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    Factors covered are: Peripheral Dominance, Hand Prcference, Eye Preference, Foot Preference, Family History, CentralDominance, Kinesthetic-Kinesthetic Responses, and Visual-Kinesthetic Responses.

    Minnesota Percepto-Diagnostic Test: Revised by Gerald B. Fuller; c1962, 1969; Ages 5-Adults; Clinical Psychology7 Publishing Company.

    A clinical and research instrument designed to assess visual perception and visual motor abilities. Test consists of six Gestaltdesigns which are scored for degrees of rotation, separation, and distortion. Test scores can be used in the classification ofadults as having organic brain damage, personality disturbances or being normal in their perceptions; in the determinationof the maturational level of normal and retarded children; in the classificat:on of children who have behavioral problems ashaving normal, emotionally disturbed or schizophrenic perception; and in the classification of the causes of reading andlearning disorders of children into primary, secondary, or organic retardation.

    A Observation of Symptoms That May Indicate a Hearing Problem by Gilbert Schiffman; Not Dated; Preschool-Grade7 12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    A checklist which can be completed by the classroom teacher.

    #Observation of Symptoms That May Indicate a Visual Problem by Gilbert Schiffman; Not Dated; Preschool-Gradc12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    A checklist which can be completed by the classroom teacher.

    Previous Health Service Record; Not Dated; Preschool-Grade 12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, Temple University.

    A record and report form covering general health, illnesses, and absences relating to illness.

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  • Pupil Rating Scak by Helmer R. Myklebust; c1971: Ages 7-10: Grune and Stratton, Inc.IN I

    A measure designed for use by the classroom teacher in identifying and classifing children who have an actual or apotential learning disability. The child is observed and th..tri rated in five areas: Auditory Comprehension (ComprehendingWord Meanings, Following Instructions. Comprehending Class Discussions, and Retaining Information): Spoken Language(Vocabulary, Grammar, Word Recall, Story Telling, Relating Experiences, and Formulating Ideas): Orientation (JudgingTime, Spatial Orientation, Judging Relationships, and Knowing Directions): Motor Coordination (General Coordination,Balance, and Manual Dexterity): Personal-Social Behavior (Cooperation. Attention, Organization, New Situations, SocialAcceptance, Responsibility, Completion of Assignments, and Tactfulness).

    Van Riper Test of Laterality by C. Van Riper; Not Dated; Grades 1-12 and Adults; The Reading Clinic, TempleUniversity.

    An upright vertical board and stylus are required in administering the test.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS RECEIVED

    Balthazer Scales of Adaptive Behavior: Section 1: The Scales of Functional Independence by Earl E. Balthazar;Research Press Company.

    For use in institutions for the severely mentally retarded. Designed for gathering data on performance levels. The adaptivebehaviors covered include dressing, eating, and toileting.

    Columbia Mental Maturity Scale: 1971 by Bessie B. Burgemeister, Lucille Hollander Blum, and Irving Lorge; c1971;77 Chronological Ages 31/2-10 years; Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. Available Summer 71.

    An individually administered test of mental ability that requires a minimum of motor response and no verbal responseby the subject.

    Effective Study Test by William F. Brown; Grades 8-13; Effective Study Materials.

    A measure of knowledge of effective study techniques. Subscores are: Reality Orientation, Study Organization, ReadingBehavior, Writing Behavior, and Examination Behavior. The test has been translated and adapted for use with Spanish-speaking students.

    tKey Math Test; Preschool-Grade 6; American Guidance Service, Inc.An individually administered test providing a diagnostic assessment of arithmetic skills. For individual remedial use the testhas no upper limit. It can also be used with the educable mentally retarded, the neurologically impaired, and the learningdisabled.

    Learning for Mastery: A Formative Evaluation Quiz to Test Your Knowledge of Bloom's Concepts by F. Coit Butler;Cracks 13-16+; Van Valkenburgh, Nooger & Neville, Inc.

    A self-instructional quiz featuring immediate knowledge of results and prescriptive feedback. The quiz can be used as anexercise in the implementation of formative evaluation testing for students in psychology and education.

    Study Skills Survey by William F. Brown; High School and College; Effective Study Materials.A questionnaire designed to identify deficiencies in study skills and habits which will hinder academic achievement. Sub-scores are: Study Organization, Study Techniques, and Study Motivation. The survey has been translated and adapted for usewith Spanish-speaking students.

    Swansea Test of Phonic Skills: Experimental Version; Ages 5-10; Basil Blackwell Mott Ltd., Great Britain. Presentlyavailable.

    Designed to provide information about a child's overall phonic skill and his relative strengths and weaknesses in phonics.The child is given a series of nonsense words containing certain graphemes in order to reduce or eliminate the effects of hisability to memorize word patterns.

  • TESTING PROGRAMS, 1971-1972

    Testing Program Administration Dates For further information write to:

    Accreditation Examination forMedical Record Technicians

    Aug. 10, 1971Sept. 8, 1972

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Admission Test for Graduate Study Aug. 14, Nov. 6, Feb. 5, April 15,in Business June 24

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 966Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    American Board of Obstetricsand Gynecology

    June 21 American Board of Obstetricsand Gynecology

    100 Meadow RoadBuffalo, New York 14216

    American College Testing Program Oct. 16, Dec. 1 i, Feb. 26, April 22,July 15

    American College TestingPrcgram

    P.O. Box 168Iowa City, Iowa 52240

    American Institute of CertifiedPublic Accountants CollegeAccounting Testing Program

    Note: Schedule must be obtainedfrom the publisher.

    AICPA Testing Project OfficeThe Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 11017

    American Institute of CertifiedPublic Accountants ProfessionalAcccunting Testing Program

    Note: Schedule must be obtainedfrom the publisher.

    AICPA Testing Project OfficeThe Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 11017

    American Occupational TherapyRegistration Examination

    Jan. 29, June 25,Jan. 28, June 30

    American Occupational TherapyAssociation, Inc.

    251 Park Avenue SouthNew York, New York 10010

    Architectural School Aptitude Test Nov. 20, Jan. 15, Mar. 25 Educational Testing ServicePrinceton, New Jersey 08540

    Betty Crocker Search forthe American Homemakerof Tomorrow

    Dec. 7 Science Research Associates, Inc.259 East Erie StreetChicago, Illinois 60611

    Certificate in Data ProcessingExamination

    Feb. 20, 1971Feb. 19, 1972

    CDP Section, EducationDepartment

    Data Processing ManagementAssociation

    International Headquarters505 Busse HighwayPark Ridge, Illinois 60668

    College Entrance Examination Board May 15-19Advanced Placement Examinations

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    Educational Testing ServiceBox 977Princeton, New Jersey 08540

  • Testing Program Administration Dates For further information write to:

    College Entrance Examination BoardPreliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test

    See Preliminary Scholastic AptitudeTest/National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Test

    College Entrance Examination BoardScholastic Aptitude, AchievementTests

    Nov. 6 (Sat. only), Dec. 4,Jan. 8, Mar. 4, April 15 (Sat. only),May 6 (Achievement Tests only)

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 592Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    College Entrance Examination BoardSupplementary Achievement Tests

    Feb. 2, 1971Feb. l , 1972

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 592Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    College-Level Examination Program Third week of each month.Schedule is available fromthe publisher.

    College Level ExaminationProgram

    Box 592Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Colleges of Podiatry Admission Test Dec. 4, Mar. 11, Aug. 19 Educational Testing ServicePrinceton, New Jersey 08540

    Dental Aptitude Testing Program Oct. 15-16, Jan. 7-8,April 28-29, Oct. 6-7

    American Dental AssociationCouncil on Dental Education211 East Chicago AvenueChicago, Illinois 60611

    Dental Hygiene AptitudeTesting Program

    Nov. 12-13, Feb. 4-5,May 12-13

    American Dental Hygienists'Association

    304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Entrance Examination forSchools of Nursing

    Given throughout the year.Dates vary by testing center.A complete schedule can beobtained upon request.

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Entrance Examination forSchools of Practical Nursing

    Given throughout the year.Dates vary by testing center.A complete schedule can beobtained upon request.

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Graduate Record Examinations Oct. 23, Dec. 11, Jan. 15,Feb. 26, April 22, June 17

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 955Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Graduate School ForeignLanguage Tests

    Oct. 9, Feb. 5, April 15,July 22

    Educational Testing ServicePrinceton, New Jersey 08540

    Law School Admission Test Oct. 16, Dec. 18, Feb. 12,April 8

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    Educational Testing ServiceBox 944Princeton, New Jersey 08540

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  • Testing Program Administration Dates For further information write to:

    Medical College Admission Test Oct. 16, 1971Note: 1972 schedule must be

    obtained from the publisher.

    Medical College Admission TestThe Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    National Council of ArchitecturalRegistration Boards Examinations

    Dec. 14-17, June 13-16 National Council of ArchitecturalRegistration Boards

    2100 M Street, N.W.Washington, D. C. 20037

    National Council of EngineeringExaminers Fundamentals ofEngineering Examination

    Dec. 3-4April 14-15, 1972 (Tentative)

    National Council of EngineeringExaminers

    Box 752Clemson, South Carolina 29731

    National EducationalDevelopment Tests

    Oct. 19, Oct. 30,Feb. 12, Feb. 26

    Science Research Associates, Inc.259 East Erie StreetChicago, Illinois 60611

    National Merit ScholarshipQualification Test

    See Preliminary Scholastic AptitudeTest/National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Test

    National Teacher Examinations Nov. 13, Jan. 29, April 8,July 15

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 911Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Prelminary Scholastic AptitudeTest/National Merit ScholarshipQualifying Test

    Oct. 19, 1971Oct. 23, 1971

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 589Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Registration Examination forAmerican Dietetic Association

    Sept. 24, 1971Sept. 22, 1972

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Registration Examination forMedical Record Librarians

    Oct. 1, 1971Oct. 6, 1972

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    Secondary School Admission Test July 31, Dec. 11, Jan. 29,April 8, May 20

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 922Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Test of English as aForeign Language

    Oct. 25, Jan. 10, Mar. 27,June 5

    Educational Testing ServiceBox 899Princeton, New Jersey 08540

    Veterinary Aptitude Test

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    Note: Dates vary by testing center.A complete schedule can beobtained upon request.

    The Psychological Corporation304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

  • TEST DISTRIBUTION CHANGES

    The Australian Council for Educational Research has announced that it will distribute:

    The Boehm Test of Basic Concepts(The Psychological Corporation);

    Maturity Level for School Entrance and Reading Readinessk American Guidance Service, Inc);

    Modern Language Aptitude Test(The Psychological Corporation);

    Consulting Psychologists Press is now the publisher of the Children'sfrom the author, Herman A. Witkin.

    Omnibus Personality Inventory(The Psychological Corporation);

    Pimsleur Language Aptitude Battery(Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.);

    "i erential Test BatteryPublishing Company).

    Embcdded Figures Test. The test was available

    TESTS NO LONGER AVAILABLE

    ACER Junior Test B; Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia.Revised edition is in preparation.

    Children's Picture Information Test; Spastic Aid Council.

    Controlled Projection for Children; Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia.

    Lowenfeld Mosaic Test; Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia.

    Wechsler Bellevue Intelligence Scale; Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia.

    Complete set and manual have been withdrawn from sale. Record forms will be available from ACER.

    TEST REVIEWS

    Comprehensive Tests -of Basic Skills; CTB/McGraw-Hill.

    Reviewed by Frederick G. Brown, Iowa State University, in Measurement and Evaluation in Guidance, April 1971, Vol. 4,No. 1, pp. 59-62.

    Goldman-Fristoe-Woodcock Test of Auditory Discrimination; American Guidance Service, Inc.

    Reviewed by Barton B. Proger, Regional Resources Center of Eastern Pennsylvania for Special Education, in the Journalof Special Education, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 367-373.

    Gottschalk-Gleser Content Analysis Scales; University of California Press.

    Reviewed by R. S. P. Wiener, London School of Economics, in Professional Psychology, Winter 1971, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 91.

    Kepner Mid-Year Algebra Achievement Test; Bureau of Educational Research and Service.

    Reviewed by Arthur Mittman, University of Oregon, in the Journal of Educational Measurement, Summer 1971, Vol. 8,No. 2, pp. 139-140.

    Kuder General Interest Survey: Form E; Science Research Associates, Inc.

    Reviewed by Robert F. Stahmann, University of Iowa, in Journal of Counseling Psychology, March 1971, Vol. 18, No. 2,pp. 190-191.

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  • Kuder Occupational Interest Survey: Form DD; Science Research Associates, Inc.

    Reviewed by Robert F. Stahmann, University of Iowa, in Journal of Counseling Psychology, March, 1971, Vol. 18, No. 2,pp. 191-192-

    Kuder Preference Record Occupational: Form D; Science Research Associates, Inc.

    Reviewed by Robert F. Stahmann, University of Iowa, in Journal of Counseling Psychology, March, i, Vol. 18, No. 2,pp. 188-190-

    Peabody Individual Achievement Test; American Guidance Service, Inc.

    Reviewed by Howard B. Lyman, University of Cincinnati, in the Journal of Educational Measurement,Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 137-138.

    Summer 1971,

    Peabody Individual Achievement Test; American Guidance Service, Inc.

    Reviewed by Barton B. Proger in the Journal of Special Education, Fall-Winter 1970, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 461-467.

    Structured Clinical Interview Manual; Springer Publishing Company, Inc.

    Reviewed by Ivan N. Mensh, University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine, in Professional Psychology,Winter 1971, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 92-93.

    NEW REFERENCES

    Alberts, David S. A Plan for Measuring the Performance of Social Programs: The Application of Operations andResearch Methodology. Ntw York: Praeger Publishers, 1970. Pp. v - xix + 157.

    Aiken, Lewis R., Jr. Psychological and Educational Testing. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1971. Pp. 384 est.

    Covers the basic statistical and psychological concepts essential for an understanding of elementary psychometric theoryand principles.

    American Institutes for Research. Evaluative Research: Strategies and Methods: Proceedings of the AIR Seminar.Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: American Institutes for Research, 1970. Pp. vi + 160.

    A collection of papers presented at an AIR conference held in Washington, D. C. January 8-9, 1970. Some of the topicsdiscussed are: social science methodologies, designs for evaluative studies, problems in measuring change with psychometricdevices, the evaluation of comprehensive educational systems, and the politics of evaluation.

    Astin, Alexander W. Predicting Academic Performance in College. Riverside, New Jersey: The Free Press, 1971.Pp. 256.

    Designed to enable college admissions officers and guidance counselors to estimate a student's chances of being admitted toand staying in either a four-year college or a junior college. Predictions are made from the student's secondary gradeaverage and his scores on either the American College Testing Program battery, the Scholastic Aptitude Test or theNational Merit Sclzok.-ship Qualification Test.

    Bier, William C., Editor. Psychological Testing for Ministerial Selection. New York: Fordham University Press,1970. Pp. 277 + xiii.

    A report of the proceedings of the Seventh Symposium held by the Academy of Religion and Mental Health. The paperspresented at the symposium are concerned with the effects of psychological testing on the selection and effective counselingof candidates for the Roman Catholic priesthood, the Protestant ministry, and the Rabbinate.

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  • Burns, Robert C. and Kaufman, S. Harvard. Kinetic Family Drawings (K-F-D): An Introduction ro Understanding.. Children Through Kinetic Drawings. New York: Brunner/Maxel, 1970. 160 pp.

    A discussion of a projective technique sOlich requires the child to draw each member of his family eneaged in some activ-ity. The author reports that the technique is a key to understanding the emotional problems of children and draws fromhis experience in the use of the K-F-D in diagnostic and therapeutic work with disturbed children.

    Co ller, Alan R. and Guthrie, P. D. Head Start Test Collection Report Self-Concept Measures: An Annotatedr. Bibliography. Princeton, New Jersey: Head Start Test Collection, Educational Testing Service, April 1971. 11 pp.

    Twenty-seven instruments appropriate for measuring self-concept in children at the preschool through third grade level.

    Farr, Roger. Measurement of Reading Achievement: An Annotated Bibliography. Newark, Delaware: InternationalReading Association and the Educational Resources Information Center Clearinghouse on Retrieval of Informationand Evaluation on Reading*, April 1971.

    A survey of the literature on the organismic, test composition, and environmental influences affecting standardized readingtest validity and reliability, a listing of empirical studies related to these factors, as well as a survey of the literature on validityand reliability problems of reading measurement by specific areas and skills. Sections on informal reading achievement, theproblems of reading growth measurement, school reading-testing programs, and experimental and unique approaches toreading ability measurement are included.

    *Hard copies of this bibliography are available from the International Reading Association; microfiche copies only willbecome available from the ERIC Document Reproduction Service.

    Knapp, Thomas R. Statistics for Educational Measurement.Covers basic statistical aspects of testing such as probability, item analysis, and the statistical procedures relevant toeducational assessment.

    Lyman, Howard B. Test Scores and What They Mean: Second Edition. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1971. viii + 200 pp.

    Describes the rationale and relationship of different types of test scores and covers basic psychometric and statistical con-cepts, the use of test manuals, and testing and social responsibility.

    Levine, Samuel and Elzey, Freeman F. A Programmed Introduction to Educational and Psychological Measurement.Belmont, California: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1969-1970. Pp. 224 + viii.

    Major topics covered are the characteristics and types of measurement, behavior sampling and test validity, errors ofmeasurement and reliability, and item analysis.

    Nallamma, Senathirajah and Weiss, Joel. Evaluation in Geography: A Resource Book for Teachers. Toronto,Canada: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1971. viii + 103 pp.

    A guide to assist teachers in constructing classroom tests that measure clearly defined objectives and in using evaluation toimprove instruction.

    Rowland, Virgil K. Evaluating and Improving Managerial Performance. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company,1970. vii + 333 pp.

    A study of the preparation and use of managerial performance standards, performance descriptions, and evaluations in theimprovement of executive, middle management, and supervisory performance.

    Schoer, Lowell A. Statistics and Measurement: 4 Programmed Introduction: Second Edition. Boston: Allyn & Bacon,1971. Pp. 212 est.

    Covers statistical concepts essential for understanding and working with norms, predictions, validity, reliability, regression,and the standard error of measurement,

    Thorndike, Robert L., Editor. Educational Measurement: Second Edition.An anthology of articles concerned with recent developments in the areas of technological advances and their implications,conceptual developments, and social and political issues relevant to testing.

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  • TEST SCORLNG SERVICES AND SYSTEMS

    The Instructional Imar r-orporation will conduct the latent image printing service pr,:\ iously provided by t )ocentCorporation.

    NEW PUBLISHERS

    Association for Productive TeachingA Division of Paul S. Amidon & Associates,

    Inc.5408 Chicago Avenue SouthMinneapolis, Minnesota 55417

    Effective Study MaterialsP. 0. Box 603San Marcos, Texas 78666

    New Dimensions in Education, Inc.Jericho, New York 11753

    Paul S. Amidon & Associate!, Inc5408 Chicago Avenue SouthMinneapolis, Minnesota 55417

    Research Press CompanyP. O. Box 3177 C.F.S.Champaign, Illinois 61820

    NEW ADDRESSES

    Educational Records Bureau, 16 Thorndale Circle, Darien Plaza, Darien, Connecticut 06820.

    Personnel Press, 191 Spring Street, Lexington, Massachusetts 02173.

    Psychometric Affiliates, Box 3167, Munster, Indiana 46321.

    NOTES

    Educational Records Bureau will hold its Thirty-sixth Annual Educational Conference in New York City from October28-29, 1971 at the New York Hilton. The topic will be "Accountability: Its Impact on Schools." For information,write to the Conference Coordinator, Educational Records Bureau; P. 0. Box 796; Greenwich, Connecticut 06830.

    The MMPI Workshop and Seventh Annual Symposium on Recent Developments in the Use of the MMPI will beheld in Mexico City, Mexico, February 22-25, 1972. For information, write to: Dr. James N. Butcher, Departmentof Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.

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    Allyn & BaconCollege DivisionDepartment 893420 Atlantic AvenueBoston, Massachusetts 02210

    American Board of Obstetrics andGynecology. Inc.

    100 Meadow RoadBuffalo, New York 14216

    The American CollegeTesting Program

    P. O. Box 168Iowa City, Iowa 52240

    American Council on EducationOne Dupont CircleWashington, D. C. 20036

    American Dental AssociationCouncil on Dental Education211 East Chicago AvenueChicago, Illinois 60611

    American Dental Hygienists'Association

    304 East 45th StreetNew York, New York 10017

    American Guidance Service, Inc.Publishers' BuildingCircle Pines, Minnesota 55014

    American Institutes for Research inthe Behavioral Sciences

    135 North Bellefield AvenuePittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

    American Occupational TherapyAssociation

    251 Park Avenue SouthNew York, New York 10010

    Association for Productive Teaching5408 Chicago Avenue SouthMinneapolis, Minnesota 55417

    Australian Council forEducational Research

    Frederick StreetHawthorn E. 2Victoria, Australia

    Be ltz Test Gesellschaft mbH,Weinheim und Berlin

    Am Hauptbahnhof 10Postfach 167694 Weinheim, Germany

    Donald G. BarkerTexas A and M UniversityCollege Station, Texas 77843

    Basil Blackwell & Mott Ltd.49 Broad StreetOxford, OX1 3 BP, Great Britain

    Diana BaumrindDepartment of PsychologyParental Authority Research ProjectUniversity of California3210 Tolman HallBerkeley, California 94720

    Behavioral Publications, Inc.2852 Broadway Morningside

    HeightsNew York, New York 10025

    Brooks/Cole Publishing CompanyA Division of Wadsworth Publishing

    Company, Inc.Belmont, California 49002

    Brunner/Mazel, Inc.64 University PlaceNew York, New York 10003

    Bureau of Educational Researchand Service

    The University of Iowa,C-6 East Hall

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    C. H. Stoelting CompanySee Stoelting Company

    CTB/McGraw-HillDel Monte Research ParkMonterey, California 93940

    Clinical Psychology PublishingCompany

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    Counselor Recordings and TestsVanderbilt UniversityBox 6184, Acklen StationNashville, Tennessee 37212

    Consulting Psychologists Press577 College AvenuePalo Alto, California 94306

    Data Processing ManagementAssociation

    International Headquarters505 Busse HighwayPark Ridge, Illinois 60068

    Louis T. Di LorenzoUniversity of the State of New YorkState Education DepartmentOffice of Research and EvaluationAlbany, New York 12224

    Docent Corporation351 Manville RoadPleasantville, New York 10570

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    Gordon P. LiddleAssociate DeanUniversity of KentuckyLexington, Kentucky 40506

    MMPI Workshop and SeventhAnnual Symposium on RecentDevelopments in the Use ofthe MMPI

    c/o Dr. James N. ButcherDepartment of PsychologyUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolis, Minnesota 55455

    McGraw-Hill Book Company330 West 42nd StreetNew York, New York 10036

    National Council of ArchitecturalRegistration Boards

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    National Council of EngineeringExaminers

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    New Dimensions in Education, Inc.Jericho, New York 11753

    The New Nursery School1203 4th StreetGreeley, Colorado 80631

    Ontario Institute for Studiesin Education

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    Person-O-Metrics205-04 Williamsburg RoadDearborn Heights, Michigan 48127

    Charles L. PoterfieldHead Start ProgramDade County Public SchoolsLindsey Hopkins Building14:0 North East Second AvenueMiami, Florida 33132

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    Van Valkenburgh, Nooger& Neville, Inc.

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